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High morale reduces turnover, improves performance, creates loyalty, and generally makes for a more pleasant work environment. Nothing makes a manager’s job easier than supervising a group of people who enjoy coming to work. What many managers don’t realize is that the best ways to boost morale are free.
Multiple surveys show that wages and benefits rank relatively low on the list of things that influence employee morale. So what does influence it? You. An employee’s relationship with his supervisor is a prime determinant of job satisfaction. Here are some cost-free ways to start building morale today: Encourage open communication and allow for respectful disagreement. Make your expectations clear. Share information, future plans, and company direction . . .
When To Use
11 great tips every supervisor should know--feedback, support, praise, control, creativity, perks, and more.
How to Use
Supervisor training workshops and consultations with supervisors.